It's Motorola's best Android phone yet, and it's chock full of neat features you'll want to set up ASAP.
The popular music app has been long overdue for a UI makeover.
It's Sony's two new watches, but only one of them seems truly your time.
The circular, 1.3-inch P-OLED display looks fantastic, but the rest of the watch's design appears limited to a very specific demographic.
The Gear S makes phone calls, but is this really a feature you want on your wrist?
If you're an impulse shopper, you might find yourself impulsively attracted to this particular device for its looks alone.
These are two smartphones meant to fit two very particular niches.
The phones and tablet are minor upgrades from the ones launched earlier this year, but PlayStation gamers will want to take note.
It started with rumors and immediately escalated to pre-announcements. Here's what to expect from Berlin's annual tech show.
It's pricier than some other mid-range devices out there, but you can hardly tell with all the premium features it's packed with.
We dive into the custom interfaces of the five biggest Android brands so you can easily pick the one that works for you.
It's only worth it if you really, really want to switch to Sprint.
It's an all access service to music and music videos for $10 a month.
The company hinted that it may reveal its own lineup of wearables devices at the annual trade show in Berlin.
The company pulls its own misandrist faux pas with its "Ladies First" campaign, which asks women to post selfies of themselves in the official forums.
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